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Apple MacBook Pro MF840HN/A 13-inch Laptop (Core i5/8GB/256GB/OS X Yosemite/Intel Iris Graphics 6100)

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  • Intel Iris Graphics 6100, 13-Inch model with Retina Display
  • Flash storage: 256GB
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life2 (13-inch model)
  • Force Touch trackpad (13-inch model)

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Product description

A groundbreaking Retina display. Powerful dual-core and quad-core Intel processors. Fast flash storage. High-performance graphics. Great built-in apps. And now in the 13-inch model, a revolutionary new Force Touch trackpad and even longer battery life.1 Whatever you can imagine, MacBook Pro with Retina display gives you the power to create.

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Apple MacBook Pro MF840HN/A 13-inch Laptop Information

Technical Details
Item Height18 Millimeters
Item Width31.4 Centimeters
Screen Size13 Inches
Item Weight1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions21.9 x 31.4 x 1.8 cm
Item model numberMF840HN/A
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeCore i5
Processor Speed2.7 GHz
RAM Size8 GB
Hard Drive Size256 GB
Hard Disk TechnologySolid State Drive
Graphics CoprocessorIntel Integrated Graphics
Graphics Card DescriptionIntegrated Graphics Card
Hardware PlatformMac
Operating SystemMac OS
Average Battery Life (in hours)9
Technical Specification
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #7,524 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Date First Available28 March 2015
Warranty & Support
Warranty Details: 1 year manufacturer warranty from earlier of date of invoice or activation.

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Customer Reviews on Apple MacBook Pro MF840HN/A 13-inch Laptop

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This is my second device from Apple.In the past i have used a bunch of laptops and usually switch them after a year and so.Mostly i bought products from HP and lenovo.The last one was Lenovo Ideapad Y510,which was kind of a good device but bad battery life for a traveller like me.
So, the main reason i bought the macbook pro was the good battery life and excellent performance it offered.

Now lets talk in detail

Yes,its a gorgeous looking device,with premium build quality.Its very light weight and thin for sure.So, perfect to carry around. The unibody design, carved out of a single piece of brushed aluminium gives this device a firm yet incredibly light-weight feel, with a huge track-pad which is powerful and versatile.The "force" part means pressing the track pad harder will activate different features.But as of now there are only few apps that can take that advantage.
Expansion ports:
-MagSafe 2 power port
-Two Thunderbolt 2 ports (up to 20 Gbps)
-Two USB 3 ports (up to 5 Gbps)
-HDMI port
-Headphone port
Apple hardware is more expensive than the equivalent running Windows, but you do get what you pay for.

Thrilled !!---- absolutely----- beautiful.Clear and crisp.-----Best so far.

GeekBench score - 7,001 (compared to 6,303 of previous generation and 6,057 of MacBook Air).But i hope, you guys know that benchmarks may not be enough to show the real world usage performance.As of my usage Everything feels very fast, including bootup time(14 sec), app startup, running apps and all.
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I've been a Windows PC user since 1999 when I built my first windows desktop from scratch. Until recently, I had been something of an apple basher, but over time i got frustrated with the slow, cluttery machines that windows shipped on. The Macbook Pro happened when my trusty 5 year old HP DV6 died on me suddenly last month. It was an otherwise good machine, but was a fat 4+ kg affair, with a hard hinge that needed both hands to open, dull screen, rickety plastic construction with paint flaking all over. The battery was crap and barely lasted 2 hours even with a new battery. Every time I traveled, my laptop bag alone exceeded the weight of my allowed cabin baggage! Also, owing to the weight and the near-oven temperature that it ran up, I've never been able to use it as a laptop, instead it was more of a compact desktop that I could carry around!

The two major gripes I had with all full fledged Windows laptops (not the puny Atom equipped ultrabooks) were weight and battery life. There were only two machines that ticked all my boxes: the Dell XPS13 and the Macbook Pro 2015. The Dell lost out because of the weird camera placement (bottom left) and actually being more expensive than the Mac!! In addition, I was getting it for 15% less than the official store price, which was a big relief financially. Also, after using the trackpad and experiencing force touch, I wanted to at least give the damn thing a shot - I could always move back to Windows in the next upgrade.
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I have had this laptop for 10 days or so, and these are my thoughts -

I am a long time Windows User and what I love in a Laptop are two things - Resolution (w/ Screen Quality), Performance and Build Quality. Now, make no mistake - this is not by any means the highest resolution laptop you can get. (Dell XPS 13 sports a ~4K screen). But what people forget is one thing -
Windows. Scaling. Sucks.
I'm not kidding. I had a 1080p laptop before this and even at 125% scaling, it looked like shit in most cases. And on a resolution of QHD and 4k, you need at least 175% or 200%. Sure, Windows 10 has helped a little, but unless you are into Universal apps or whatever they are called now, it's not a great experience. This is where OS X comes. Hands down the best scaling I've seen. And it's uniform across the entire OS.

And what is more, if you really want to have Windows for a specific app that you can't have on OS X, you can always boot windows on it. Apple, itself, provides a great experience with their BootCamp software, which automatically downloads all the drivers for your Mac to run windows and the process is super easy. Took me less than 15 mins to install Windows.

Now comes the screen quality. Sure the resolution is high, but that isn't everything. This thing has a IPS panel which is extraordinary. Not only are the viewing angles excellent, there is absolutely no colour shifting on tilting the panel (other than the slight drop in brightness). If you are considering Macbook Air over Pro, this will be factor to keep in mind. (Air has a TN panel which is pretty average and has high colour shifting). Yes, the screen isn't touch, but I see no point in it, yet. Even windows, which touts itself to be Touch-screen friendly, is not really.
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